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Guest Message by DevFuse


Viol 89246, 89296 and 89229 Bans Removed (BF3)

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#61 XYPHER95


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Posted Jun 22, 2012 - 12:11 AM

i dont understand why i got banned on the first place
i got banned for masskill.dll? but i never used it.i never cheated in bf3
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#62 HSMagnet


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Posted Jun 22, 2012 - 12:47 AM

you're member of a lot of cheat sites to be saying that

its already undetected
im using it right now on a PB server

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#63 fozzer


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Posted Jun 22, 2012 - 06:57 AM

As soon as a post appears that is totally unrelated to the topic it's time to lock the thread.

Just a point of information first.
If a player raises a MD5 tool violation because a cheat related .dll was found in the players game directory. and it was detected by a routine PBBans issued MD5 scan ..... the full digital fingerprint of the cheat related .dll will also be streamed at the same time the detection was made.
If the player thinks he can explain how a mistake was made on any of the PBBans issued MD5 tool bans .... just click the "Appeal This Ban" tab on the ban link ..... we are all ears :P

If your wondering why your forum account is now set to restricted, it's because you are deemed untrustworthy.
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